10632 VT Route 116
Hinesburg VT 05461
Town Adminstrator: 802-482-2281 ext. 221
Town Clerk and Treasurer: 802-482-2281 ext. 223
Planning and Zoning: 802-482-2281 ext. 225
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Telephone Area Code for Hinesburg is 802
The Town's Annual Report is available for download. June 24, 1762
3,667 (source: 2013 Town Report)
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Tax Rate Summary Page
$5,111,309 (source: 2013 Town Report)
300' at Lewis Creek; 1700' at the Town Forest near Hayden Hill
To Burlington: 14 miles
To Essex: 12 miles
To Montpelier: 27 miles
Hinesburg Record is a free, monthly publication delivered to every Hinesburg resident.
Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD), operates a drop-off center
for trash and recycling on Beecher Hill Road. There is a fee for trash
Hours: Saturday only, 8:00a.m. - 3:30p.m.
Our beautiful town is in northwestern Vermont, nestled against the edge of the Green Mountains,
southeast of Burlington.
Chartered in 1762, Hinesburg's history is rooted in farming and early water-powered manufacturing.
Today, the village is still surrounded by open green farmland along the LaPlatte River, and is a relatively
small town outside Burlington. About 36 miles square, the western half is in the Champlain Valley, the
eastern half in the foothills of the Green Mountains.
The village contains State Route 116 running north/south, a lively array of stores and services, the
local elementary/middle school and local 4-town union high school, a number of manufacturing concerns
and several parks and recreation facilities including Lake Iroquois, offering year-round activities.
Most of Hinesburg
is located in the Lake Champlain valley which runs north-south along
the western edge of the state. Due to the low altitude and tempering
effect of the lake, this is Climate Zone 4 with an average last frost
about late May and average first frost in late September. Winter cold
snaps are not uncommon, however, and can reach -20 to -30F. The eastern
part of Hinesburg is located on the first ridge of the Green Mountains
where it is Zone 3. Residents of the village on a rainy November morning
often stare at 3" of snow on the cars of people who live just 1 mile
east of the town center. Spring thaw, usually in late March or early
April, brings "mud season", where in the hilly dirt roads can become
almost impassable for a day or five. Summers are relatively temperate.
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Hinesburg, Vermont – Chartered June 24, 1762